Icon member Joanna Payne ACR will be running a Conservation Station during Heritage Open Days
Conservation Stations are being set up across the country for Heritage Open Days, where the public will be able to learn about the important work conservators do.
4 Gainsborough Road, London, Greater London, W4 1NJ
Thursday 14 September: 1000-1900 tours on the hour
The conservation studio will be open for interested visitors on Thursday 14th September , for 1 day only.
Joanna Payne Conservation is established in a 19th century artist's studio in the conservation area of Bedford Park, West London.
The studio undertakes the conservation of all works of art on paper, for clients including museums, the National Trust, art collectors, galleries & dealers, universities, archives, framers & private individuals.
Find out more and book here.
"I consider it will be a Conservation in Action event, also a Show & Tell in a working conservation studio.
I will be an Ambassador for Conservation and I hope to introduce more people to the work I do.
I have had a lot of interest and bookings already but still have spaces on tours starting on the hour between 10am – 7pm. The groups have to be small due to space restrictions & everyone must book in advance. I am looking forward to it!"
"My studio is situated in a 19th century original Bedford Park artist’s studio, built c. 1880. It was probably built as an outside studio for the Bedford Park Art School, destroyed during the 2nd World War.
The studio is in a group of 4. The studios have their original large North facing windows. It is now a well planned conservation studio which I designed over 20 years ago, after living in Japan for 5 years."
Meet Joanna at Heritage Open Days.